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Mark your calendars, the Macao Grand Prix kicks off this weekend, first races on Sunday. Race cars are on display at Tap Saec and past year winners. There you’ll find the GT sportscars and 28 Grand Prix motorcycles as well as last year’s Formula 3 Dallara Mercedes of Portuguese driver Antonio Felix da Costa as […]

Here’s a fun concept by And So Forth Singapore, “If we Dream too Long” was a piece set in the 1960s by local writer Goh Poh Seng. We were treated to local food and eating while actors performed around us – very Brechtian, no fourth walls with us mingling with actors like we were all […]

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A piece I wrote on the latest hot dining spots in Ubud, Indonesia for the SCMP read it here.  

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Where do we go for good Portuguese food in Macau? Apart from usual suspects everyone mentions and news media repeatedly talks about – À Petisqueira, Fernando’s, O Santos, Antonio’s, but Espaco Lisboa hardly gets any attention, but the food is great!  Fado, A Petisqueira and this restaurant is where I’d go and recommend going for […]

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  This is one of Macau’s oldest and best traditional roast pigeon restaurant that continues to rest on its PR laurels. The roast pigeon is good, but not worth the trip just for this. This second restaurant is an addition to the first Fat Siu Lau on Rua da Felicidade, the old red light district when […]

While the food here does no justice to gastronomic city Hong Kong, The China Club Hong Kong is still a one of a kind experience and fabulous place to take visitors. The art deco interiors, well curated art collection and wonderful ambience and service makes dining here a must. The lovely interiors are done up […]

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The other night, I finally made my way to Black Sesame Kitchen for some delicious hutong dining. A quaint little spot turned into a tight modern setting for party of diners or Chinese cooking classes. The lady chef above is also known as Chairman Wang in Jen’s book. I read Jen Lin Liu’s book over […]

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Star Struck in the China’s Culinary Landscape Interview with Claudio Sadler Claudio Sadler is a two starred Michelin chef from Milan who started his culinary training when he was 15 years old. He currently runs 3 restaurants and a catering service in Italy and recently closed his restaurant in Tokyo last year. He is best […]

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The Beijing dining scene is filled with Japanese restaurants. In fact, the top two searches on the expat rag’s website is Japanese followed by Italian. If you’re militant about Japanese food, it can be hard to find that same quality and service that you would in Japan, naturally. Nonetheless, there are still a few gems […]